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Simply Suffolk #3

coastal wildfowl reserves in Suffolk's Boyton marshes Protected by thornbush, wire and marshland are the wildlife reserves of shallow pools in a sedge and reedbed setting. The cacophany of overwintering flocks has diminished into a relative pianissimo of remaining residents that rear their young in spatial solitude. Rape crops add a shocking touch of mustard to an otherwise sombre palette of steely-blue and summer greens. [#simplysuffolk]

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Wet grassland site where the Butley river meets the Alde/Ore Estuary RSPB Boyton

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playing with photography @ eljaygee whilst Tell Tale Therapy has a weakness for words

7 thoughts on “Simply Suffolk #3

  1. The cacophany of overwintering flocks has diminished into a relative pianissimo of remaining residents that rear their young in spatial solitude.

    what a beautiful and poetic description to this lovely photo….and that hopeful little patch of mustard green is so suggestive, i just loved everything about this post. ty for this.

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